Imagine getting married in one of Miami Beach’s most iconic landmark buildings. Famous for its history and blend of art deco and modern architecture, The Bass has been beautifully renovated. This modern wedding ceremony and reception, planned by Rusch & Roa, made optimal use of The Bass’s impressive, newly expanded event space.

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The wedding ceremony took place in the Trudy and Paul Cejas Gallery with Pascal Marthine Tayou’s animated, illuminated “Welcome Wall” as the backdrop. Rustic wooden benches and a Chuppa were arranged in the gallery for the ceremony.

The Lindemann Family Courtyard, the Bass’s largest rental space, housed the wedding reception. The indoor courtyard, with soaring 29 foot ceilings, is perfectly located adjacent to the Trudy and Paul Cejas gallery, providing a seamless transition from the ceremony area to the reception.

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Wooden farm tables featured a continuous floral centerpiece that spanned the entire length of each table. The country-style floral arrangements included dark green leaves and Ferns styled with white Orchids, Arum Lilies and roses, while beautiful orchids and air plants were suspended over the dance floor lending a soft contrast to the venue’s sleek design.


Planner: Rusch & Roa - Photographer:  Tony Gajate Photography  - Rentals: Event Outfitters

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